Tucker v. State of Texas, PD-0742-07
Reversal of conviction for aggravated assault is reversed where there was sufficient evidence to support a finding that the weapon used in the attack, though it could not be specifically identified, was potentially deadly, based on the severity of the victim's wounds.
- Decided 11/26/2008
- Published 11/26/2008
KELLER, P.J., delivered the unanimous opinion of the Court.
Court of Criminal Appeals of Texas
Bob Wicoff, Houston, TX, for Appellant., Eric Kugler, Asst. Dist. Atty., Houston, TX, Jeffrey L. Van Horn, State's Atty., Austin, for State.